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Talking Borders: China


Published August 20, 2007


Dr Michael Dillon, former senior lecturer in Chinese history at the University of Durham, UK
discusses China's international boundary and territorial disputes such as Tibet and Xinjiang (East Turkistan).


Part of the Talking Borders audio archive
www.archive.org/details/borders


Source Talking Borders Audio Archive
Run time 20 minutes

Notes

Talking Borders audio archive is a collection of interviews with academics, journalists, UN personnel and specialists talking about territorial and boundary issues around the world.

The archive was produced by Simon James, Oxford University for the Centre for International Borders Research, Queen’s University Belfast between April 2005 and November 2008.

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